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Undergrounding Utilities Task Force Chairman Updates Civic Association Directors

By Michele Dargan, Special for the Civic Association -- The projected construction costs of burying the town’s utility lines have gone up close to 10 percent from the $90 million project approved in a town referendum last year, said Jeffrey Smith, chairman of the town’s Undergrounding Utility Task Force.

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Town Residence ID Cards Will NOT Allow Access Thru Mar-a-Lago Security Zone

The Civic Association received a memo today from the Town of Palm Beach Police about Town Residence ID Cards. The cards are used to gain access back on the island after a hurricane, NOT to gain access to, or through, Mar-a-Lago's Security Zone during Presidential visits.  See below:

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“The Everglades Used to Have a Heartbeat – It Doesn’t Anymore”

By: R. Michael Brown, Civic Association Communication Director -- Directors and members of the Civic Association took an airboat tour of the Everglades with their corporate partner The Everglades Foundation. The purpose - learn about restoration of this national treasure.

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Bob Wright: "Keep at it" During Autism Speaks Walk

This year’s Autism Speaks Palm Beach Walk happened in downtown West Palm Beach and the event drew thousands of people to the waterfront and raised money for medical research to help families with children on the autism spectrum.

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Palm Beach Public Safety Director Speaks to Issues Surrounding Presidential Visits

By Michele Dargan, special for Civic Association News. Director of Public Safety Kirk Blouin wants residents to know that his department – along with other federal, state and local agencies – are working diligently to solve traffic gridlock and other issues arising out of President Donald Trump’s visits to Palm Beach

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